I grew up and worked across Europe and North America. Living in diverse cultural contexts since an early age, I developed a keen sense of observation for the varied manifestations of human behaviour and a sensitivity for its less visible facets.
I spent the first part of my professional career working in high pressure corporate environments, from large cap companies to start-ups. These diverse experiences enabled me to appreciate how life's acute stresses can impact our sense of self and our relationships with others.
I began my foray in the field of mental health by volunteering as a Samaritan.
I began training as a psychotherapist with Regent's University London, a top tier institution in the field of psychotherapy. In then continued my training with the Minster Center which is affiliated with Middlesex University.
In addition to my private practice, I worked as a counsellor for the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust treating adults suffering from anxiety and depression.